Why do we need TSE?

   
Out of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study conducted in 1997 through Kaiser Permente Foundation in San Diego, CA emerged a surprising conclusion—60+% of participants had exposure to one or more of 10 adverse experiences before their 18th birthday. Between 2009 and the 2018 42 states have administered the ACE Screener to randomly chosen participants. In every case the data supports the conclusion that ACEs are common.

Read more about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

Trauma exposure can change the chemistry, physicality and neurology of the brain impacting life and learning in many different ways. Specifically, when it comes to school, data has shown that students impacted by trauma:
  • Are 2.5x more likely to fail a grade in school
  • Score lower on standardized achievement tests
  • Experience more struggles in receptive & expressive language
  • Are suspended & expelled more often
  • Are more frequently placed in special education

Click here to read The Heart of Learning: Compassion, Resiliency, and Academic Success



 
 
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Out of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study conducted in 1997 through Kaiser Permente Foundation in San Diego, CA emerged a surprising conclusion—60+% of participants had exposure to one or more of 10 adverse experiences before their 18th birthday. Between 2009 and the 2018 42 states have administered the ACE Screener to randomly chosen participants. In every case the data supports the conclusion that ACEs are common.

Read more about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

Trauma exposure can change the chemistry, physicality and neurology of the brain impacting life and learning in many different ways. Specifically, when it comes to school, data has shown that students impacted by trauma:
  • Are 2.5x more likely to fail a grade in school
  • Score lower on standardized achievement tests
  • Experience more struggles in receptive & expressive language
  • Are suspended & expelled more often
  • Are more frequently placed in special education

Click here to read The Heart of Learning: Compassion, Resiliency, and Academic Success



 
 
Which Program is Right for Your School?
 
Contact Us